Contents Education and Student Affairs Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences CE News 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 31/10/2013– Number 09 - volume 48 MSc CE Graduates, 21 October 2013 Extra exam CT3330 - Hydraulic Structures 1 Course CME2001 - Master Thesis Preparation on 19 November 2013. Committee and commission members wanted. Announcement final presentation multidisciplinary project in Hanoi, Vietnam Data joint Board of Examiners CE and AES Deadline for a request for the meeting of the board of examiners to make graduation decisions MSc CE Graduates, 21 October 2013 During the examination meeting of 21th October this month the following persons have been declared successful: S.F.C. van Alphen, M.A. Anijs, A.C. Biesheuvel, W.P. Bodde, D.A. Boonstra, T.A.P. van Cuyck, H.P.A. van den Heuvel, W.J. Klerk, J.P. Lopez Gumucio, V. Maier, R.S. Maravalalu Suresh, E.M. van der Meel, S. Murali, I. Oujamaa, S.E. Rayo Villanueva, A.J.T. Rietbroek, J.F.N. Schut, M.J. da Silva, E.E. Sirks, R.W. van Straten, G.G. Terhorst, M.B.M. van der Ven, N.F. Venema, J.W.L. Wijs. TUD-NUS: L.J. Buckman. The MSc CE graduation ceremony will take place at Friday, 8th November 2013. Extra exam CT3330 - Hydraulic Structures 1 There will be an extra exam opportunity for the course CT/CIE3330 on Wednesday December 11th 2013, from 18.30 to 21.30 hour. Finishing the iCOZ test before the exam is required, therefore the iCOZ system will be made available for students from October 22nd, up to Wednesday December 4th, 24.00 hour. To pass iCOZ the score needs to be at least 225 credits out of 500. There are some special requirements limiting participation to this extra exam. It will be appreciated when students inform the responsible lecturer about their possible participation in advance. [email protected] Course CME2001 - Master Thesis Preparation on 19 November 2013 Every quartile an introductory lecture will be given for your master thesis preparation. The lecture for Q2 in 2013-2014 will be on 19 November - 10:45 - 12:30, room 4.99. CE News 31/10/2013 – Number 09 – volume 48 Contents: This lecture will give you an overview of the steps you have take in order to make a good research proposal. This lecture is based on the book ‘Een onderzoek voorbereiden’ by H. Oost en A. Markenhof. Another good book to guide you through you research preparation is ‘Designing a Research Project’ by Verschuren and Doorewaard. Context: This lecture is part of your master thesis preparation.More information on preparing and executing your master thesis, see Guideline Graduation Thesis. This guideline is available on Blackboard and at the secretary’s office, mrs. Sandra Schuchman, room 3.40. Remember: Prerequisite for your master thesis is that all compulsory courses, elective courses, internships or multidisciplinary project should be finished. Requests for dispensation from this prerequisite can be send by letter to the CME director of Operation, Jules Verlaan. Study goal: After this lecture you will be better able to: - Prepare a research proposal that is meets the standards for the master thesis kick-off meeting. Committee and commission members wanted. Students who want to get more out of their study can be on the committee board of the Betondispuut, this can be done together with your study. The Betondispuut connects the students with each other and with companies through lunch lectures, project visits and study trips. Some of the advantages of a committee function at the Betondispuut are: A good addition on your CV, you will learn a lot, get connected with companies and receive a study grant. Are you 5 – 10 hours per week available starting from November 2013 and are you interested in a function? Please send an email to [email protected] or visit our weekly High Tea party with free drinks and cookies, every Thursday 12:45-13:30. Announcement final presentation multidisciplinary project in Hanoi, Vietnam In the past two months 5 students Hydraulic Engineering performed a project for the Water Resources University in Hanoi, Vietnam. The project included the formulation of 22 graduation topics related to Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering, a field research and the elaboration of two of those graduation topics as reference for the Vietnamese students. All students and lecturers that are interested in how things work out in Vietnam, how hydraulic structure are constructed there (with a lot of photos), the solution that we proposed, or who is just curious about our abroad experience is warmly welcome at Friday the 8th of November at 12:30 in lecture room F. The presentation will be held in Dutch. See you there! Jos, Erwin, Kees, Mathijs and Jelle. For more information: www.masterprojecthue.com 2 CE News 3 31/10/2013 – Number 09 – volume 48 Example of a breakwater we visited. Data joint Board of Examiners CE and AES 11 November 2013 13 January 2014 12 May 2014 9 December 2013 10 February 2014 2 June 2014 10 March 2014 14 April 2014 at 15.00 hrs in room 2.72. Deadline for a request for the meeting of the board of examiners to make graduation decisions Registration before: Examination meeting: Graduation ceremony MSc CE: 18-11-2013 23-12-2013 20-1-2014 17-2-2014 24-3-2014 22-4-2014 19-5-2014 23-6-2014 28-7-2014 18-11-2013 16-12-2013 20-1-2014 17-2-2014 17-3-2014 14-4-2014 19-5-2014 16-6-2014 21-7-2014 25-8-2014 8-11-2013 14-3-2014 14-3-2014 14-3-2014 14-3-2014 27-6-2014 27-6-2014 27-6-2014 27-6-2014 Not known yet Not known yet The data can also be found here. Editors: Education and Student Affairs CEG (e-mail: [email protected]) Copy to be delivered to: CE News appears weekly. The deadline for items is Monday morning before 10:00. Items should be e-mailed in Word (Windows XP) and should be provided in Dutch and English with a maximum of 150 words. Items specifically for Bachelor students only have to be provided in Dutch.
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